After it published a map of handgun owners in two suburban New York counties, the Journal News may be the nation's most terrifying place to work, Adam Martin writes. Threatening notes and harassment have targeted everyone from Gracia C. Martore, the CEO of the Journal News's parent company Gannett, all the way down to the part-timers who write "wedding anniversary and church potluck announcements," staffers told The New York Times. It's the first account of the specific threats coming into the paper, other than the Journal News's own reporting on the two envelopes full of white powder that have been mailed to the office. When the paper hired armed security guards last week, an editor told police it had received "a large amount of negative correspondence." What an understatement that turns out to be. Art: The controversial map.